Knit Coaster Pattern Easy Knit Sparkle Coaster

This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!

Knit coaster pattern easy – pin it now and make it later!

This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect beginner pattern if you want to learn knitting. Practice the basic stitches and the end result is a fun sparkly coaster! This free knitting pattern is also a great stash buster pattern which means you can work through some of that yarn stash of yours!

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This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!

Knit coaster pattern easy – pin it now and make it later!

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Gauge:

  • Gauge is 15 st. over 25 rows in Garter Stitch for a 3.5 x 3.5 in. square

Finished Size:
The finished square coaster size is 3.5 in. wide by 3.5  in. in length. 

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is for a spring set of knit coasters with a touch of sparkle. It’s The perfect coaster pattern to practice the basic knit stitches while doing some stash busting.

  • The yarn and crochet thread will be held together throughout the pattern

Materials

Abbreviations:

K: Knit stitch
P: Purl stitch 
St: Stitch
Sts: Stitches

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This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!

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Knit Sparkle Coaster Pattern Instructions

Note: The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row.

Simple Knit Coaster
Cast on 15 stitches while holding Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn and metallic crochet thread together.

Row 1: K across (15 sts) 

Rows 2 to 25: Repeat row 1 across. The stitch count should be 15 at the end of each row. 

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Repeat for more coasters in this style.

Stockinette Coaster
Cast on 15 sts while holding Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn and metallic crochet thread together.

Row 1: K across (15 sts) 

Row 2: P across (15 sts)

Row 3 to 21: Repeat rows 1 and 2 (15 sts)

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Repeat for more coasters with this style.

This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!
This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!

Buy the Shop Your Stash Pattern Bundle

Ribbed Coaster
Cast on 16 sts while holding  Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn and metallic crochet thread together.

Row 1: (k2,p2)* Repeat * across (16 sts)

Row 2 to 19: Rep row 1 (16 sts)

Bind off leaving a 6 in. tail. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Repeat for more coasters in this style.

Finishing Touches:

Weave in all ends. Optional: Steam block for a smoother finish. You can find a full steam blocking tutorial here.

You are done! Enjoy your favorite drink and your fun knit sparkle coasters! Have any questions? The best way to reach me is via email: [email protected]

Free knitting pattern – pin it now and make it later!

This knit coaster pattern easy is the perfect knitting stash buster. Practice the basic knit stitches with this fun knit sparkle coaster knitting pattern!

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Looking to try a new craft? Have you tried Tunisian crochet? Trust me, it’s addictive! You can give my creamsicle crochet baby blanket pattern a try over here. If you’re looking for more knitting patterns, you can find them over here.

Baby Knitting Patterns – Silver Lining Bonnet

Looking for baby knitting patterns? Here is a luxurious baby bonnet knitting pattern perfect for a boy or girl! Check out this velvet Silver Lining Bonnet!

Baby knitting patterns are my favorite type of patterns as of late. Recently, while working with Lion Brand Vel-luxe yarn I decided to create something that is soft, luxurious, and perfect for babies. That’s when my head literally went into the clouds! The Silver Lining Bonnet comes from the inspiration of puffy clouds with a silver lining against a backdrop of velvety luxe yarn. Then you finish it off with a big pom and some cords with tassels to tie the bonnet! I am so happy with the way it looks, it is a sweet bonnet with a vintage style.

Where to find this baby knitting pattern:

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Looking for baby knitting patterns? Here is a luxurious baby bonnet knitting pattern perfect for a boy or girl! Check out this velvet Silver Lining Bonnet!

Pattern Details

If you are looking for super easy beginner-friendly baby knitting patterns, you’ve come to the right place! I have video tutorials included along the way for how to make the puffy clouds and how to do the bind-off without having to seam! The pattern is for sizes newborn, 0 to 3 months, 3 to 6 months, 6 to 12 months, and 1 to 3 years! You can make the Silver Lining Bonnet for a boy or girl by switching up the colors! It would make for a great baby shower gift or as a newborn baby photo prop!

I am so grateful for all of my testers wonderful versions (see below). Most of all I love their color selections. From bright marigold to soft neutrals and everything in between! The best part is that you can make this pattern with any combination of colors! If you have some velvet yarn lying around along with some chunky yarn in white or another similar color, you can make this cute bonnet!

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If you’re looking for more fun baby knitting patterns you can check out my Cute as a Button Newborn Wrap pattern or my Butterflies Fluttering By Ear Warmer pattern!

Free Knitting Pattern – Cute as a Button Newborn Wrap!

This free knitting pattern is for a newborn wrap that is knitted flat with bobbles along one side and a velvety texture along the top.

Free knitting pattern – pin it now and make it later!

Newborn photography requires delicate pieces which take longer to make but look so cute! This project taught me to slow down and to have patience and trust the process. It’s a good project when you want to slow down. This free knitting pattern is for a newborn wrap that is knitted flat with bobbles along one side and a velvety texture along the top.

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For this project, I was able to collaborate with a talented photographer who’s also my friend. Anjum from Once Upon A Lens Photography has gone above and beyond in styling and capturing the detail of the wrap!

Materials

Abbreviations:

  • K: Knit
  • P: Purl
  • MkB– make bobble: k3 with velluxe, turn work and purl 3, turn work and k2tog, k1, pass 1st st over 2nd stitch.

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Cute As A Button Wrap Pattern

Cast on 225 st. With Feels Like Butta in White using US 7 32 in. circular needles. Place stitch marker at the beginning of the row.

Row 1: Knit

Row 2: Purl

Repeat rows 1 and 2 for 2 in.

Row 3: Knit 5, (mkb, knit 4)* rep * to end of row.

Rows 4 and 6: Purl across

Rows 5 and 7: knit across

Repeat rows 3 to 7 till wrap measures 14.5 in. Pick up Vel-Luxe yarn and *knit 1 row, purl 1 row* rep * for 3.5 in. Or till piece measures 18 in. From cast on edge.

This free knitting pattern is for a newborn wrap that is knitted flat with bobbles along one side and a velvety texture along the top.

You are done, now just bundle it up and tie a bow for the perfect baby shower gift or wrap your mini in it and snap a picture.

If you make the wrap, don’t forget to snap a pic and tag me @noorsknits and use the hashtag #cuteasabuttonwrap on Instagram.

I am also currently in search for testers for the super cute Silver Lining Bonnet Pattern pictured here. If you are looking for a super quick and cute baby make head over here to fill out the form.

Looking to try a new craft? Have you tried Tunisian crochet? Trust me, it’s addictive! You can give my creamsicle crochet baby blanket pattern a try over here.

Pattern Sale for the Black Friday Weekend!

Pattern sale for the Black Friday Weekend! Are you excited?! I am collaborating with a few other amazing makers to give you a major discount on a bunch of great patterns! We will all be offering 50% off of our patterns from Nov. 22nd, 2018 to Nov. 26th, 2018! All you have to do is use the code BLACKFRIDAY50 – the code is the same for all shops! Browse now and be ready to shop this coming weekend!

Pattern sale for Black Friday weekend. 50% off patterns by 8 designers from Nov. 22nd, 2018 to Nov. 26th, 2018. Find the shop links below.
Graphic made by Lisa M. Fox from Green Fox Farms Designs 

You can find all of the shop links below:

Noor’s Knits on Etsy & Ravelry – Mommy and me and children’s knit and crochet designs.

Maria’s Blue Crayon on Ravelry – Women and children’s knit and crochet designs along with some home decor designs.

Teeztopperz on Etsy & Ravelry – Fashionable and trendy women’s and children’s crochet designs.

Snuggly Fox Designs on Ravelry – Amigurumi and children’s crochet designs.

E’Claire Makery on Etsy & Ravelry – Amigurumi and other crochet and cross stitch designs inspired by food and other fun things. 

Raging Purlwind on Etsy & Ravelry – Women’s modern knitwear designs.

Green Fox Farms Designs on Etsy & Ravelry – Colorful and whimsical crochet designs.

Cary’s Custom Crafts on Etsy & Ravelry – Adult and children’s crochet designs.

Happy shopping and happy making!!

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Knit and crochet patterns for children – Why I want to design

Knit and Crochet Patterns for Children – The Journey 

I initially opened up shop to sell my finished knitted and crocheted pieces (read more about that here) but never really thought about where it would take me. Over the course of this past year, I have learned so much about the Fiber Arts industry/community. I have learned even more about myself and what my true passion is when it comes to working with all things yarn. My heart is in creating unique knit and crochet patterns for children. 

My contribution to last year's Little Hats Big Hearts Campaing held by the American Heart Association. These hats were made using free knit and crochet patterns.
Here’s my contribution to last year’s Little Hats Big Hearts Campaign held by the American Heart Association!

Knit and Crochet Patterns for Children – The Heart of the Matter

I want to capture all that childhood brings with it and put it out into the world as knit and crochet patterns! I want to be the source of inspiration for other mama-makers to make cute things for her little ones. Something that is fun and exciting for her and will end in a finished piece that she can wrap her little ones in with cozy handmade love. I want this to be true whether she has infants, toddlers, or older children.

Most importantly, as a mom, I know how hard it can be to convince ourselves to take pictures. Matching with my toddler gives me a big reason to smile and get in front of the camera. I want to be that reason for my fellow mama-makers to proudly get in the frame with their little ones!

Knit and Crochet Patterns for Children – Are you Ready to Join Me?

So fellow mama-makers, are you ready to make all the cute things for your lil’ bug(s)?!

Here are Amy and Josie sporting their Mommy and Me set of Butterflies Fluttering by Ear Warmers! How adorable do they look?! Get the PDF pattern on Ravelry or Etsy

Amy and Josie posing with their matching mommy and me set of Butterflies Fluttering By Ear Warmers. Follow along for more Knit and crochet patterns.
Amy and Josie looking adorable in my first published knitting pattern: The Butterflies Fluttering By Ear Warmer pattern available on Etsy and Ravelry!